Ohio coach Cole Bell knew if his team could defeat undefeated Adrian, then he would have to make some adjustments from the night before.
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Ohio wanted a win more than anything else going into its second game against Adrian. It’s a talented team, but has been in a slump due to losing its first five games of the 2021 season.
Accuracy at the net has not been Ohio’s strong suit so far this season. Despite this, it has been slowly nudging its hitting percentage up with each match by creating moments when they need them most. This improvement comes from the team’s intensity and overall communication, which the Bobcats have been working on each week and after every match.
Ohio has done something that it hasn’t done since Nov. 21, 2019: win two matches in a row.
Five more COVID-19 deaths have been reported in Athens County since Thursday, bringing the county death toll to 29. Two of those deaths were reported Thursday, and the other three were reported Friday.
The Bobcats enter the weekend with confidence after sweeping Buffalo 3-0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-20) yet again in The Convo. The Bobcats (4-2, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) are now 42-5 against Buffalo (0-8, 0-8 Mid-American Conference) since the Bulls joined the Mid-American Conference in 1998.
Ohio made some major changes to its lineup Thursday night against Buffalo.
Falling before flying is the name of the game with the Ohio Bobcats, who defeated Buffalo 3-0 (25-15, 25-21, 25-23) in The Convo on Thursday night. The match was a nail biter as each team battled back and forth, answering each other with every volley.
11 new COVID-19 deaths were reported in Athens County on Wednesday, bringing the county’s death toll to 24.
A $2.2 million grant was awarded to Ohio University’s Voinovich School in January by the U.S. Economic Development Administration to help fund economic acceleration and new industry in the surrounding Appalachian region.
Ohio lost its fifth-straight game Thursday night to Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. The Bobcats are still winless to start the season after the 8-4 setback against the undefeated Bulldogs.
An improved app for the city of Athens was announced on Jan. 28 in a news release on the city website.
Professors teaching classes with labs this semester had to plan their Spring Semester schedules around the wellness days implemented by Ohio University.
Drill is a style of rap that talks about street violence in a dark and gritty manner. It’s safe to say Drill has spread to most corners of the world, but it wouldn’t have come this far if a Japanese producer living in Chicago hadn’t stumbled across a teenage superstar in the making.
The Ohio Bobcats (3-2, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) took on Buffalo (0-7, 0-7 Mid-American Conference) tonight in a conference matchup at The Convo Thursday night. The Bobcats defeated the Bulls 3-0 after a long-fought match in which the Bobcats spent much time down. Errors plagued both sides of the court throughout the match but did not stop the teams from showing their talents.
Social media is home to numerous platforms where users can voice their opinions, share posts and create content. Social media is also home to unrealistic expectations and standards that are harmful for an individual’s mental health.
On the 36th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the Britney Spears documentary, the Super Bowl’s most memorable commercials, the nominees for the 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, more tea about Armie Hammer and more.
The third year of the Kenzie Roark era for Ohio Softball begins Feb. 12. But before the Bobcats take on UConn in the Kickin’ Chicken Classic on Friday at 11 a.m., let’s take a look at the Bobcats’ chances in 2021.
For those in love, one of the most anticipated days of the year is upon them. For others, the worst, most dreary, dreadful, disgusting day is Valentine’s Day. Honestly, hating on Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be a thing, considering it’s simply the celebration of love -- something everyone should normalize. Though, the cheesy gifts and expectation that one’s significant other should do the most for them, can be overwhelming and go unappreciated.
The Athens Art Guild has held a special place in Athens’ heart with the help of the artists involved. Being an artist support group, the guild provides a way for local artists to find each other and share their passion for art.